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TI IK BOUNTY LAND LOCAL NEWS !
Coming M arri ugo Announced-Suv- ?
oral Cases of Illness Reported.
Bounty Land, May 15.-Spacial:
Mrs. S. 'Hi Coo has been visiting hor
son, Will Coe, at Union, for ibo past
woek or two.
Mrs. J. ?H. Reagan, of Weavorvillo,
N. C., bas returned to hor home, af
ter a visit to hor cousin, J. J. Bnl
lenger, and family.
Miss Sayo, of Groenvillo, spent tho
week-end with her friond, Mis? Nettle
Rov. Herman 'Alley, of Mars Hill,
is on a vacation, which ho will spend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Alloy. Ile was accompanied home ny
Albert Corpenlng, of Missouri, who
addrossod tho Bounty Land B.Y.P.U.
at tho school house on tho ovonlng
of May 1st.
Several of tho 'B.Y.P.U. members
hero gnve a d?monstration in tho
work at Newry Sunday evoning und
quito a number went from this com
Mrs._ Julia D. Sbanklin, E. R.
Shanklin mid Mr. add Mrs. Joe N.
McDonnld attended (Mothers' Day
services in Seneca yesterday and
wero guests of Mrs. Fannie Foster.
Some of our young people attend
ed Hie singing at Clemson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McKie, of tho
Picket Post section, visited tho for
mer's paronts hero Sunday and cele
brated his father's G 2d birthday.
Miss Cary Doyle spent the week
end with frionds in Sandy Springs
and attended a Sunday school party
given at Hie homo of Mr. and Mrs.
John and Homer Ballenger made
a recent business trip to Columbia
and visited their sister, Mrs. B. O.
Whitton, at Clinton, on their return
Mrs. Jasper Doyle returned Wen^
nesday from Anderson, where she
spent a few days the first of the past
?.Miss Mollie Kennedy, of Newry,
spent tho week-end with Misses Janie
and Katie Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Wyley and. two
sons have been visiting in Greenville
during tho past week, having accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ellison, :
who wero late guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Marett.
We wish to correct an orror in our
last communication. Wo reported
ono broken arm too many. Chester
Owens baa only badly strained the
muscles of his arm and his people
thought tho arm broken. Wo aro
glad to know that the report was not
?Following is a copy of an invita
tion received by relatives of Rev.
Henry Benson Dendy, of Hartwell,
"Mr. and Mrs. R. Stewart Marks
request tho pleasure of your
at tho wedding recepti?n
of their daughter,
Rev. Henry Benson Dendy,
on Thursday afternoon, Juno first,
from live-thirty until seven o'clock,'
273 1 Wheat. Street,
in tho City of Columbia.
Ceremony at Ave o^clock."
Rev. II. H. Dendy is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Ervin Dendy, of Hart
well, Ga. Ile is a graduate of David
son College a/d has just, finished a
theological course In Columbia Sem
inary. Ile has a large circle of
friends who extend hearty congratu
lations and the best of good wishes
for unlimited'happiness in tho future
for him and his fair companion.
Wo regret [o report tho serious
illness of A. W. Perritt, who is suf
fering from appendicitis. He will he
taken to Anderson 'Hospital to-day
for an operation. His father, D. A.
Perrltt, will accompany him. His
many friends hope for a successful
operation and quick recovery
Allen Stewart bas been quito un
well for several days. Wo hopo for
his speedy recovory of health.
Several new cases of flu have boen
reported, though none of thom of a
serious nature, and wo hope tho vic
tims will soon be convalescent.
DEATH OF MRS. M. J. STANSELL.
Splendid Woman Called to Her Re
ward on Sunday May 7th.
West Union, R.F.D. 1, May 15.
Special: On Sunday morning, May
7th, at 10.30 o'clock, , tho angol of
death invaded the homo of Rev. M.
J. Stansell and claimed lils wife, Mrs.
Pearle Stansell, to the great beyond.
She loaves her husband and ono lit
tle daughter, Helen, and her father
and mother, nine brothers, ono sister
and many other relatives and a host
of frionds to mourn her death. The
remains wore laid to rest at Moun
tain View church, Pickens .county,
on tho day following her passing
"Gone, but not forgotten"-?
Yes, she has gono; she is not hero-?
Gone from those sho loved so doar;
Lot us romember and not forgot
Sho is not dead, but liveth yet.
YOB, sho sloops, but not forever;
There will bo a glorious dawn;
For wo shall meet to part no, never,
On the sweet resurrection morn.
Thoro we seo a procious blossom
That wo nursed with loving caro, |
With all our hopes and labor servo,
Walting till wo moot in another
A precious ono from us has gono,
A volco wo loved it stlllod;
A placo is vacant in our homo
'Which novor can bo filled.
God in His wisdom has recalled
Tho boon ills love had gi von;
And though tho body slumbers hero
Tho soul is safe in Ilea von.
Two Who Loved I lor.
.Too and Benn lo Hocknell.
Ministers' Conference Postponed,
Tho pastors of the Beavordam As
sociation will not hold their regular
conforenco on May 22d, 192 2, owing
to tho fact that a number of thom
Will not bo huck from tho con von lion
at Jacksonville nt that timo.
It. F. Jones, Socrotary.
CLOSING OF FAIR PLAY SCHOOL.
Exorcises Brought to Closo a Bril
liant, and Successful Session.
Fair Play, May 15.-Special: Tho
exorcises of the Fair Play High
School carno to a brilliant close ou
last Friday night. Tho operetta giv
en by Miss Thompson was indeed a
roso dream. As tho oiglit roses in
red and while paper dresses, and tho
eight fairies in airy dresses of yel
low and white tulle, cami flitting in
tc take . their places on ? tho stago
around tho little rose who was
dreaming, ono felt as though in
Fairyland. Their sweet young voices
wero blended in lovely music, and
tho twins, "Can" and "Can't," Hop
o-My-Thiunb and tho beautiful
queen, causod much favorable com
ment tn the audience. Adding to
this beautiful scono a happy little
messenger in emerald green came
tripping In to tho strains of the
lovoly music, announcing the arrival
of a tiny rosebud. The awakening
of the little roso and the chorus by
the fairies and roses brought to a
close this wonderful visit to Fal)y
land. Tho children's voices were en
tirely untrained until Miss Thomp
son began the work about n month
ago. At tho boginning of tho year
Miss Thompson offered a prize to
tho pupil who did tho best work
during tho terni. This prize, a hand
some lavalli?re, was awarded to
Hazel Loathers. Montez Marett was
such a close second that she was
awarded a lovely pin. Thc children
showed most careful training, re
flecting much credit both to them
selves and their most capable teach
er. Wo are delighted to know that
Miss Thompson will be with us an
A troup of amateur players of
Fair Play presented most acceptably
to a large audience on Frldny night
the many perplexities, misunder
standings and amusing Incidents in
tho lifo bf "A Poor Married Man."
It was an all-star comedy, and with
this said our readers may well im
nglne what an evening of side-burst
ing laughter wo spent.
B. N. Singleton, our superintend
ent, is a young man of marked abil
ity, and wo appreciate the splendid
work ho did in our school this year,
and with his splendid training we
expect to hear great things of him in
the school world.
Mrs. Bob Tompkins and babe, of
Seneca, spent tho week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Meares.
Misses Ida Dooley and Violet Caw
tbon, of Anderson, were recent vis
itors in tho home o*f Mr. and Mrs. S.
The Ladles' Auxiliary met with
Mrs. Betty Harris on Saturday, as
did their sisters all over the entire
Southland, this date being the tenth
anniversary of the birthday o'f tho
The W.M.S. at a recent meeting
deemed it wiso to have bi-monthly
meetings-ono a social and tho other
for mission study.
Little Mary Eiytabeth Sheldon is
visiting' in Columbia and Nowborry
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J, D. Sheldon, of Westminster. ,
Invitations have Joen received in
Fair Piny to tho graduating exer
cises of the Westminster High
School, and wo note with pride tho
names of Bessie Glonn and Joseph
Stribling, of our town, on the class
Invitations have also been received
from Anderson College, where Miss
Catha Davis, a former Fair Play
girl, will graduate with honor.
Mrs. D. V. Wright^ has returned
from an extended visit'Ho her daugh
ter in Anderson.
Miss Sallie Perkins, of Westmin
ster, was a visitor to commencement
oxercises here. She was accompanied
homo by her sister, Miss Sue Per
kins, who has completed her third
successful term In tho high school.
The string band of South Union
added much to tho entertainment at
the school house Friday evening and
a number of Fair Play people attend
ed the fiddlers' convention at South
Union on Saturday evening.
Mrs. Cothran, of Belton, is tho
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Luther
Miss Mary Cheswcll Entertains.
Westminster, May 15. - Special:
The happy evont of Friday evening
lost was a party given by Miss Mary
Cheswell, which was highly' enjoyed
hy the seniors of tho Westminster
High School. As tho guests entered
punch was served by little Margaret
Oilbort and D. P. Butler, Jr. After
this they were entertained for sev
eral hours in tho spacious parlor,
which was beautifully decorated In
the class flowers, sweetpoaa. Whllo
things wore a blt quiot, little Mar
garet Gilbert came in and gaye sev
eral selections in aesthetic, dancing.
About tho tenth hour tho guests
wero summoned Into tho dining
room by tho hostess. Tho room was
olaboratoly decorated in sweotpcas
and ferns. Hore they wore served
with delightful refreshments, which
consisted of . a candle-light desort
with several different kinds of cake.
Shortly after this each of tho guests
was awarded a diploma, which boro
tho "fortune" of tho roclplont. Then
again tho music was begun and all
seemed bright and happy.^
In a short while our watches re
minded us that it wats timo for
"Homo, Sweet Home." Tho night
though late, seemed yet young, and
tho guests departed, going out Into
tho moonlight, praising tho hostess
on what a wonderful ovoning sh?
had given thom.
Methodist Revival at. Walhalla.
Tbero will bo a revival meeting
nt tho Walhalla Methodist, church
for flftoon days, beginning May 2Sth
and ending Juno lilli. Tho preach
ing will ho done by Rev. lt. F. Mor
ris, of tho Shandon Methodist church
In Columbia. Brother Morris ii ti
strong young preacher. All who
hear him will bo helped. Tho other
cnurchos of Walhalla uro invited to
co-operate as fully as may bo possi
ble A. W. Barr, Pastor.
That .1 Mean Just a Little Bit More for Your Money! Join the
throng of thrifty shoppers who habitually save by trading where
they "Sell 'Em for Less." These and Many Other Good Things
on Display at Special Prices-Goods of Merit at Prices to Suit All.
White Ground Swiss, with popu
lar Colors In Wovon Dot?, at-yard
FillO Imported Swiss Organdies,
in tho new sitados and White
WOVEN COI/OR ORGANDIES.
Imported Organdies, in Woven
Chocks and Plaids. Tho finest Or
gandies made; .$1.25 values ut
Special May Price- Yard
TAFFETA SILKS, $1.35.
Not tho light-weight kind, hut
good, heavy body-tho kind that
wears. Navy and Rlack only, at
HEAVY CANTON CREPE,
in Navy and Block-$3.50 quality,
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS NOW AT
CLEA R-AWAY PRICES.
High Grade, well made. All
Wool Suits, in Pnglish, Komi-Eng
lish and Sport Models, on salo at
prices that eannot be duplicated
$25.00 to $30.00 Values, now
Cheaper Young Men's Suits
PALM BEACH SUITS,
FLAXONS, 85c. *
Flaxons in assorted size Wovon
Checke and Plaids, for shirt waists
and infants' drosses-Special Val
35 G i 50Ci
PULL 30-1 NC H SEA ISLAND,
Extra Pino Count 30-inch Sea
Island, worth 12)4c. *? 15c-one
half bale, for tills May Sale at
30-1 NCR SHEET! XG.
Heavy 30-inch Sheeting, in good
Smooth quality, for sheets, pillow
TOWELS, Doz. $1.50.
18x30-in. Pure White Hemmed
Huck Towels, tho 20c. kind, at 15c.
each, or by tho dozen
GOOD BLEACHING, Yard 10c.
30-inch Pure Blenched Muslin,
12)6c. value, at-Yard
40-1 NO H LINGERIE.
Fine Count, sheer, soft Lingerie,
in White, Pink, Light Blue, Yellow
LITTLE THINGS FOR LESS
AT THE BEE HIVE.
Hair Nols with Elastic. 5c.
Bali Thread, per ball. le.
25c. Crepe de t hine Hdkfs. . . 10c.
Mon's 10c. Handkerchiefs. . . . 5e.
Men's Soft Collars .10c.
Men's Sox, $1 pair down to. . . 5c.
Ladies' Meat h i d Ki ohed Vests 10c.
Good value Ii.;eos-Yard .... 5c.
Hnek or Oath Towels, each. . . 10c.
Boys' Lealohr Hi lts.15c.
BEST TIME FOB LINEN
Puro Linen, Pro-shrunk to 30
inches wide, in a wide range of tho
newest colors and white-Special
50c. TISSUES AT -18c.
32-iHch Tissue Ginshams, in al
most all thc dinmont Colored
Plaids and Checks. This Dress Fab
ric in big demand this season. Past
Woven Colors with Satin Stripe
a vory Special Value at-Yard
MEN'S COTTON PANTS, $1.35.
Men's Cotton .Work Pants, in
K flak i Pin Checks, Blue Denim and
Stripes Cot Um odes- Best $1.50
Punts on tho market-nt Tho Bee
Hive at-Pair-only 20 dozen-nt
LADIES1 HOSE, 10c.
Lndi.es' First Quality Hose, in
good long lengths, with 4-inch
GnrtorTop - Colors Black, White
and Cordovan-15c. values, at The
SILK HOSE, 30c.
18-tnch Silk Hoot Hose, in Black,
White, Gray, Champagne and Cor
dovan. Seconds of tho $1.00 grade,
but imperfections very slight-20
dozen for this price?-Pair
CURTAIN GOODS, 10c.
Fino Printed Scrims, plain white
and Ecru, Marquisette and Colored
Bordered Scrim-all good 10c. val
ues, for-Yard, only
10c. PERCALES, 12}?c.
Dark and Light Percales for
houso dresses, shirts, waists, etc.
-30 inches wilie, 10c. value, nt
SUMMER FOOTWEAR BARGAINS
P. iwn or Black Strap
Lace Oxfords, in Brown
brands of well OO PE
e;uing qualities. ?p?iUV
Ladt?- Richest Grade McKay
Oxfords li? Straps
Slyl??f-~Mn Ulick or
Brown . ... .
g i ade, ?'
luidles1 High Grado Welts, in
Sirup? or Lace Styles, Patent and
Bluet lei --values up to
$t u -Now", choice. . . .
i ?ul es' Satin Slippers, ono Strap
wi ) inioj1 Louise Heel Ort QO
at ! .y ?I JO
Mon'S McKay Oxfords, in good
wearing grados-English or Wu
cher Style, Brown and Black, at
$2.95 """ $2.50
July prices prevailing for thc month of May.
Shoe stock iii thc county to choose from.
Job Lot of Men's High Grade Ox
fords^ in such brands as White
Houso, Keith & Pratt, Atlantic, etc.
up te $7.50 values, at
Fl?rsheims aro tho highest grado
Shoes for Men. Now, pair
$8.00 uul $9.00
Roys' Brown Oxfords Ort Crt
in medium too styles. . . . ?p?i?U
Men's Plow Shoes with Solid
Leather soles and inner QI QC
solas, al-Bair.?pl iUU
Men1? Tan Elk Plow Shoes; with
Green Chrome Soles and liol
loused Tongue, at Ort QC
Ladles' and Boys' Good Quality
Tennis Oxfords, Black with Black
Sides, White and Brown
willi White Soles-Pair
Given Special Attention. Postage paid
and satisfaction guaranteed or prompt
The Bee Hive,
J. E. HARPER, Prop.?
"Sells for Cash" "Sells 'Em for Less"
Senec >, S. C.
DRESS GINGHAM, 12}?c.
Pretty Plaid Chocks and Solid
Color Cnmbrys-regular 15c. val
ues, reduced for this month-Yard
SHIRT MADRAS. /
Satin Stripe on Wovon Color
Striped Madras. Have your shirts
made from these Fast-color Shirt
ings-32 and 30 inches wide-Per
221/2C. * 39c.
5-pound Bundles Print Cloths,
for quilts, per hundir-Each
An Extra Valuo in Ladles' Mer
cerized Lisle Hose-colore Cordo
van, Brown, Gray and Black-Spe
cial at, per pair
Lonsdale Jenn Middies, ill Plain
White or Combinatin Collar and
Cull's-$1.50 values, at>-Choice
APRON GINGHAMS, 10c.
Ono case, 25 pieces Best Stand
ard Apron Ginghams for May sell
MEN'S UNION SUITS.
Lowest prices in years on Mon's
Nainsook Union Suits-back to pro
war price, in fact. Homombor these
Anderson, good quality Suit
Harvard, Fino Count,
SHIRT WAISTS, 85c.
Five dozen Wilke Voilo Wfnlsts,
lu new spring styles. For this May
MEN'S SHIRT SPECIALS
Men's Woven Madras Shirts, in
neat stripes-$1.50 values-at
MEN'S FELT HATS.
At May Bargain Briers. Several
hundred now Pelts III Black and
Green, Brown and Gray-Values
up to $3.50, nt-Each
in center of Store will bo heavily
restocked. Hundreds of Odds and
Ends of nil kinds of stock at re
LADIES' VESTS, 10c.
i judies' Puro Bleached Elastic
Woven Vsts, Lace Trimmed Neck
and Straps-15c. values, at-Each
Geiioral Row Results in Killing.
.Anderson, Mny 15.-'During the
progress of a general row between
negroes, and apparently without any
cause therefor, Bess Mack, a young
negro, was shot and almost instantly
killed hero at 8 o'clock yosterday
morning. Immediately after the
shooting Anderson county officers
arrosted Lefolle Cole, charged with
tho crime, and placed him in tho
county jail. Tho killing occurred in
tho southeastern part of the town,
and either Just inside or outside of
tho corporate limits of the city.
Play at Westminster Friday Night.
-Westminster, May 16. - Special:
On Friday night, May 10th, the grad
uating class of tho Westminster High
School will present "The Masonic
Ring," a comedy in three acts. This
is a play that all will onjoy, so como
out. Only ono performance at tho
Westminster Thea tro, at 8.15, Fri
day night. Admission, 15 and 25
SHERIFF'S SAIiES FOR TAXES.
Tho Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo. . .
By virtue of the power contained
in n Warrant, or Execution for delin
quent taxes, under tho hand and
seal Of I ho County Treasurer for Oco
neo County. S. C., to mo directed, I
Will offer for salo, in front of tho
Court House door, in Walhalla, S. C.,
to the highest bidder, FOR CASH,
during tho legal hours of salo, on
Salesday In JUNE, 1 022, being MON
DAY, Juno 5th, tho following de
scribed tracts of land, to wit:
(1). A tract of 117 acres of land,
more or less, In Tugaloo Township,
Oconee County, S. C., on the west
side of Chauga Creek, known as the
homo place of T. G. Craig, and tho
samo purchased by him from W. L.
England. Same to bo sold as the
property of T. G. Craig, defaulting
(2) . A tract of 18 acres, moro or
less, in Seneca Township, County and
Slate aforesaid, adjoining lands of
Ai. M. Hunter, D. \V. Daniels and
others. Same to be sold as the prop
erty of Milledgo Fosyfer, defaulting
(3) . A tract of 5 acres, more or
less, in Center Township, County and
Stato aforesaid, adjoining lands of
W. H. Crawford, D. H. Marott and
others, and to be sold as tho property
of P. M. Whltflold, defaulting tax
payer W. M. ALEXANDER,
Sheriff of Oconoe County, S. C.
May 17, 1922. 20-22
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo.
Notico is hereby given that, pur
suant lo tho authority vested in mo
by Statu to, I will offer for sale, in
front nf tho Court Houso door, in
Walhalla. S, C., betweon tho legal
h?ltrs of salo, on Salosday in JUNE,
1022, one Essex Touring Car, Motor
No. 34607. Said car having been
seized while hoing used for transpor
tation of intoxicating liquor, and by
reason of which it has been declared
forfeited to tho Stn/o of South Caro
Terms of Salo-CASH ON DAY
W. M. ALEX A ND IOU,
Sheriff of Oconeo County, S. C.
May 17, 1922. 20-22
Wc have in stock many items that will presently
be needed during the Harvest Time, and will ap
preciate your ?nqur?es?
Mowing Machines and Hay Rakes, Grain
Cradles, Binding Twine? Mowing Machine Re
Belting, Greases and Oils, Grain Measures, Oil
Screen Doors, Windows, Fly Screen?
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Ice Cream Freezers.
Ballenger Hardware Go.,
(In the Coleman Old Stand,)
Seneca, S? C?
?" " 1 i
leo Cream Supper At Cttk Grove from 7 to 10.30 o'clock Saturday
'ovonlng, May 20th. Tho public ls
cordially Invited to attond.
Mrs. A. N. Prichard, Pros.
Mrs. J. w. Alexander, Sec. '
Tho Oak Grove Improvement Asso
ciation will sell ico cronin and enko